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Here is one that we know nothing about but it might make a good project boat for anyone interested, check it out if you are after a nice winter project to be ready for the 2019 ICWDR. And Sail Number 895 means an update to the Register as well.
Here is one of the classics, Lindsay Phillips’ Ogg, Sailfish number 1800. The hull has been replaced with a newer cedar hull after the original died of old age, but the boat has been well looked after and kept in a garage so everything is there and it is in good condition. Lindsay was a very involved member of the Association on the committee and at State and National Titles, so this is a boat with some history. Whether you are looking for a “special” boat or just a good boat to get back on the water this is one to check out. I hope to have a photo soon.
Located in Eltham, and priced around $400, contact the website administrator at email@example.com for further details
Sailfish almost complete, no known number, but named Aussie Flyer. The hull looks to be an early model, note the bow shape. Hull, mast, boom, rudder and centreboard all look to be in good shape. It is ready to be used pretty well straight away but the sail it comes with is not a standard Sailfish sail, note the four battens and the loose foot in the photo. Located in the Geelong area this is a boat ready to use now and then you could spend your winter doing a full overhaul and fitting a new sail.
Price around the $300 mark, contact the website administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
Wanted: Sailfish Hull 3250, also known as Ockerfish. Last seen Northern Beaches of Sydney in the mid 1980’s. Distinctive appearance, red cedar hull and deck. Deck with twin silver ash inlays down centre of boat. See photo of restored hull in the 1980’s in the gallery. Mast, boom, sail, matching cedar and ash centreboard and rudder have been recovered. If you have the hull or know where it is please contact the website administrator via the contact page, it would more than make my day!